Gail Mazur

Gail Mazur

Gail Mazur is author of six books of poems, including Figures in a Landscape (U. of Chicago Press), published in April 2011. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (U. of Chicago Press) was finalist for the National Book Award in 2001, and Zeppo’s First Wife: New and Selected Poems (U. of Chicago Press) won the Massachusetts Book Prize and was finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. She lives in Cambridge and Provincetown, and is Distinguished Writer-in-Residence at Emerson College.

Ploughshares issues edited by this author:

Summer 1980 Poetry & Fiction
Spring 1983 Poetry & Fiction

Ploughshares articles by this author:

Title Section Season
Late Summer Poetry Fall 2011
Late September Poetry Winter 2006-07
The Island Poetry Winter 2005-06
On Jill McDonough Misc. Winter 2003-04
Blue Umbrella Poetry Spring 2003
Girl in a Library Poetry Spring 1999
Air Drawing Poetry Winter 1997-98
Whatever They Want Poetry Fall 1991
rev. of Between Silences by Ha Jin Book Review Spring 1991
rev. of Waking by Tom Sleigh Book Review Spring 1991
rev. of Giacometti's Dog by Robin Becker Book Review Winter 1990-91
Poem Ending With Three Lines From Wordsworth Poetry Winter 1988
After the Storm, August Poetry Winter 1988
Traces Poetry Spring 1988
Fallen Angels Poetry Winter 1984
A Deck of Cards Poetry Winter 1984
In The Dark Our Story Poetry Spring 1982
In The Garment District Poetry Summer 1981
Norumbega Park Poetry Spring 1981
Longfellow Park, August Poetry Summer 1980
Next Door Poetry Summer 1980
The Social Life of the Baboon Poetry Summer 1979
Hurricane Watch Poetry Summer 1979
Baseball Poetry Fall 1977

This bio was last updated on 07/27/2011.